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Newseum at Washington
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Newseum

With an array of media-related exhibits and galleries, this 250,000-square-foot building offers one of the most interesting, interactive experiences in Washington, D.C. Each of the Newseum's seven levels provides unique perspectives on how news impacts our shared experience of historic moments. With 15 different galleries and 15 theaters, there's plenty to see and do, whether you're looking to fill a few hours or an entire day.
 

Details

Hours -

Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm
 

Prices

  • Adults (19 to 64) $22.95 plus tax
  • Seniors (65 and older) $18.95 plus tax
  • Youth (7 to 18) $13.95 plus tax
  • Children (6 and younger) Free
 
 

Events

  • Inside Media: Tiananmen Square, 25 Years Later
  • Special Program: Journalists Memorial Rededication Ceremony
  • Inside Media: NBC News's Luke Russert
  • Special Event: Freedom Summer
 
 

Activities

  • Dining at The Source by Wolfgang Puck
  • Newseum Gift Store
  • 152-seat Food Court
  • Group Tours
  • School Groups
  • Newseum Private Tours
 

On-site Dining

The Newseum provides top-tier dining with The Source by Wolfgang Puck, the facility's acclaimed on-site restaurant which features a casual menu with a "bar and grill" ambiance. Enjoy world-class fare made from the freshest and finest ingredients in a dynamic, contemporary environment that's conveniently located right inside the building.
 

Newseum Private Tours

Enhance your experience with a guided private tour. Get behind-the-scenes information on some of the most famous stories ever told and get up close and personal with rare Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs of 9/11, the fall of the Berlin Wall and more. Enjoy exclusive access to our master control room, broadcast studios and other areas not included on the usual tour schedule.
 

FAQs

  • Where can I park?

    Because parking is limited, public transportation is recommended. For the nearest parking areas, the Newseum recommends Parking Panda, which provides real-time space availability and rates.
  • Whats the best Metro line to take?

    Take Metro to Archives/Navy Memorial/Penn Quarter (Green Line and Yellow Line ) or Judiciary Square (Red Line ).

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or Georgetown Inn @ West End
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